Scenes From the Blackhawks Parade
The Blackhawks celebrated their third Stanley Cup in six years with a victory parade in downtown Chicago. Among the highlights were the fans and their homemade jerseys (I like the "NOTEETH" one best), Corey Crawford's attempt at not swearing and Kris Versteeg teaming up with Joakim Nordstrom to sing a Macklemore tune. Versteeg made up for it by presenting the championship belt to 9-year-old C.J. Reif, whose dad was the team's equipment manager before passing away in December.
Rare Walk-Off Balk
I had never seen a 1-0 baseball game decided on a walk-off balk. Until the Dodgers did so against the Rangers Thursday night.
Bitter Ex Alert
From the "nothing to do with sports but really interesting" department, a German eBay user agreed to give his ex half her belongings. Literally.
Lovely Lady of the Day
10 People Who Lost Their Jobs Because Of Stupid Tweets
When Bad Sources Attack
We need a site that keeps track of writer's "scoops" and how many times they are accurate. Credit this idea to WEEI host Michael Holley.
I'll Definitely Watch This
Sixers > Clippers
Do You Agree?
Tiger Loses His Club
Odds & Ends
Pablo Sandoval was benched for looking at hot girls on Instagram in the middle of a game ... The order of the 2015 NHL Draft has been finalized ... The world's most indestructible soccer ball ... C.M. Punk enjoyed the Blackhawks victory parade ... Brooke is the worst! The guy hit the shot. Give him a kiss ... Justin Bieber vs. Barack Obama ... Four LSU football players were arrested in the span of four hours ... The Texas A&M chancellor took a shot at Texas' decision to sell beer at football games ... An in-depth look at Brooklyn's Smallest Penis Contest ... Tom Hanks is in negotiations to play Captain Chesley (Sully) Sullenberger in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming project ... Crotch cam rules ... Colin Jost is not happy with Time Warner Cable.
Dirk Nowitzki turned 37 today. You know the Dallas Mavericks star is celebrating somewhere fun tonight.
Two James Taylors on a See-Saw
Another gem from Jimmy Fallon.
How Low Can You Go?
Someone Return Widespread Panic's Flag
Someone stole Widespread Panic's Pirate Flag right in the middle of its show in Boston, which is especially weak in light of its killer second set. If the flag-stealer is reading this, return it right away and then find a new band to love.
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